Le Jules Verne is amazing! If you do one fancy meal in Paris do it here! 5 star treatment from the get go and the food was mind blowing. It’s very expensive, but so worth it for the once in a lifetime experience.
Unsurprisingly, there’s a price tag – around $250 per person – attached to the Experience, the name given to the five- or six- course dinner tasting menu. Alternatively, spend a bit less and see the City of Light by day during a three-course lunch, served weekdays only.
Since 2019, Le Jule Verne ‘s cuisine has been led by chef Frédéric Anton, who succeeded Louis Grondard (1983), Alain Reix (1992) and Alain Ducasse (2007). All these chefs were awarded a Michelin Guide star in the restaurant .
The Eiffel Tower is definitely worth your time however the restaurant is not. The food is very very average. In my opinion the food should be mind blowing considering it is being served from the countries most recognizable feature. There are plenty of cafes serving superior food.
For lunch, guests will be able to savor a 3-course menu (105 euros per person, excluding beverages). For dinner, guests will be able to choose between a 5-course and a 7-course tasting menu (190 and 230 euros respectively per person excluding beverages).
its super expensive . everything is a la Carte.
There are 2 restaurants located on the Eiffel Tower . On the tower’s first level, 58 meters high, Le 58 Tour Eiffel is the less formal option of the two. Open for lunch and dinner, the restaurant offers chic, picnic-style lunches as well as traditional, 3-course French meals.
Beefbar Paris – a historic restaurant near the Champs Elysées. Astair – brasserie fare in an Art Nouveau passage. Jòia – hearty south-western French food in trendy Sentier. Girafe – where dining comes with killer Eiffel Tower views. L’Abysse – where French and Japanese talent come together near the Champs Elysées.
Boasting 119 Michelin star restaurants in 2020, Paris is second only to Tokyo on the list of cities with the most starred establishments.
An unbeatable view The brasserie on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower opens 360 degrees onto the Iron Lady’s metal structure for us to enjoy its beauty and offers a breathtaking view of the Trocadéro and the Palais de Chaillot.
Unless you want to go up the Iron Lady just to tick it off your Parisian Bucket List, then it’s just not worth the time (or effort). There are far prettier views available at a fraction of the price and a much reduced waiting time! To be honest, going up to the top of the Eiffel Tower is pretty over-hyped.
Ties are optional although a lot of Frenchmen wear them for work and when they go out. Parisian men prefer a long sleeve shirt, which they then roll up rather than a short sleeve shirt. Plain is always the best choice. Stay away from shorts for dinner at a restaurant , but Khakis are fine. 6 дней назад